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Gundagai to Lawson


From here is was a quick drive along fast familiar highways to home and I began to think of yellow things … the canola just beginning to flower, the daffodils I expected to find in my garden and the winter wattles welcoming us home.

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  1. Thanks for sharing your journey, Joan. Lots of places I've never visited before!

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    1. You take me on lots of places I now want to see. Glad to reciprocate.

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  2. I'd love to have daffodils in my garden.
    This is such a low sky.

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    1. Daffodils go with cold weather. I guess there has to be some compensation.

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  3. yellow Canola fields are so pretty.

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